Gurnee’s Board of Trustees unveiled a proposed fiscal budget this week that means good news for local residents.
Good deeds: God bless the “cat lady.” If there were more people like her in the world, it would be a better place to live. For anyone to complain about a good deed doesn’t have a rational mind.
The narrow bridge over Route 176 in Lake Bluff that connects to the 25-mile Robert McClory Bike Trail will be rebuilt.
Two Lake County Sheriff’s deputies were able to rescue two dogs from a burning home Thursday in a fire, and the homeowner was able to save herself. The cause of the blaze has not yet been determined.
Two Mundelein parents were arrested early Sunday morning after police found 30 Carmel Catholic High School students partying and drinking alcohol in their home.
Yard isn’t an outhouse: My yard is outside but should not be used as an outhouse for dogs. Urine burns the evergreen branches and kills other foliage.
A Fox Lake man has been charged after police found an “extensive amount” of child pornography in his home.
With the murder trial of Waukegan resident Nadia Palacios approaching, defense attorneys have been given a March 21 deadline to file pretrial motions on behalf of the woman, who is accused of using a blowtorch on the victim’s groin and thighs while he was being killed.
Anthony V. Muscari, 24, of 20 Crescent Road, Lake Zurich, was arrested and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol. He also was cited for failing to reduce speed to avoid an accident.
Backyard chickens may come home to roost in Grayslake soon, just as they did during the Village’s pre-Civil War era of the 1830s and ’40s.
Monday, March 10: Community High School District 128 Program and Personnel Committee meets 5:30 p.m., Facilities and Finance Committee meets 6 p.m., Libertyville High School, 708 W. Park Ave.
DAN MORAN: Jared Leto made a splash last weekend by winning an Academy Award for his performance in “Dallas Buyers Club” as a transgender AIDS patient. It was a role that obviously resonated positively in some circles and negatively in others.
When Loyola University graduate student Hector Escobar was faced with a classroom challenge of nominating a structure for inclusion on the National Register of Historic Places, he wasn’t sure what building he would choose.
Cardinal Francis George is undergoing a new round of chemotherapy, the Archdiocese of Chicago announced Friday. The chemotherapy is being administered to treat signs of cancer surrounding his right kidney.
Lovell FHCC’s annual Homeless Veterans Summit Feb. 26 served as a stage for collaboration to continue the effort to end homelessness among veterans, a goal set by Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki.
Avoid redlight cameras: Personally, I vote to cancel the redlight photo enforced program. I drive out of my way to avoid any corner that has these cameras.